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Al Jazeera
Oct 20, 2013 1:00pm EDT
investigation. thank you so much, robert, live from florida. >>> a navy commander, a captain and agent from ncis have been charged with corruption in a scheme that cost the government millions of dollars. al jazeera patty culhane joins us live from washington. >> reporter: it was some sort of kickback scheme that services navy ships. it was overbilling the navy, and these two navy officers are accused of sending ships to certain ports where the company would win the contract. the ncis agent would tip off the company if there was a criminal investigation. they believe there were several times they did that, because they have all the e-mail where he alleges to have done that. they've arrested all five people, two people from the company. in exchange they say what these navy officers got in return was prostitutes while they were in as ia and travels arranged and in one case of tickets to a lady gaga concert. >> what they're accused of, and it amounts to tickets. wow. what's next? >> reporter: these five will face various charges and could see prison time. it seems likely that others
CBS
Oct 21, 2013 7:00pm EDT
. >> reporter: every time a u.s. navy ship pulls into a foreign port there's money to be made by providing everything from tug boats to trash removal. a company called glen defense marine asia allegedly bribed navy officers to make even more. according to court documents, the company's owner, leonard glenn francis, used all expense paid trips, tickets to performances of "the lion king" and lady gaga as well as prostitutes to steer business his way. those bribes allegedly went to navy commander michael misiewicz who escaped the killing fields of cambodia in the 1970s and was adopted by an american family and gone on to command a u.s. navy warship. an inspirational story which made him a local hero. >> what a privilege and honor it is to be here in a united states military uniform. >> reporter: but e-mails quoted in the court documents tell a different story. francis wanted misiewicz to use his influence as an officer with the pacific-based 7th fleet to arrange u.s. ship visits to what francis called pearl ports where he could overcharge the navy for his services. after the aircraft carrier
Al Jazeera
Oct 22, 2013 1:00am EDT
. charges that navy ships were sent to certain ports in asia in exchange for high-priced trips, tickets to shows, and even prostitution. are we seeing a worrisome growing trend? plus an nsa faux pas causes an american riff in paris. president obama has to do damage control. >>> and a new nightmare for american parents kids connect with friends over social media, but are the popular websites forcing preteens into very question super boablebehavior. >>> we begin with the allegations of a major scandal in the navy. as serious as these allegations are, al jazeera reports, they are from the only scandals to year. >> reporter: according to federal prosecutors the chief executive of glen defense asia pried navy officers with cash, tickets, luxury hotel rooms, and in exchange they provided inside information. this commander allegedly helped dock four ships so it could overcharge for its services by the millions. this knave vor officer is accused of continuing off the marine about several fault investigations. this captain was relieved of his duties but not charged. the navy has been th
FOX Business
Oct 21, 2013 7:00pm EDT
session. the dow jones is down seven points. the nasdaq is down and up six points. the u.s. navy is now investigating the bribery scandal that includes kickback that may cost the american taxpayer millions of dollars in that report is next. stay with us. at od, whatever business you're in, that's the business we're in. with premium service like one of the best on-time delivery records and a low claims ratio, we do whatever it takes to make your business our business. od. helping the world keep promises. trust your instincts to make the call. to treat my low testosterone, my doctor and i went with axiron, the only underarm low t treatment. axiron can restore t levels to normal in about 2 weeks in most men. axiron is not for use in women or anyone younger than 18 or men with prostate or breast cancer. women, especially those who are or who may become pregnant and children should avoid contact where axiron is applied as unexpected signs of puberty in children or changes in body hair or increased acne in women may occur. report these symptoms to your doctor. tell your doctor about all m
FOX Business
Oct 21, 2013 10:00pm EDT
dow jones is down seven points. the nasdaq is down and up six points. the u.s. navy is now investigating the bribery scandal that includes kickback that may cost the american taxpayer millions of dollars in that report is next. that report is next. stay with when we made our commitment to the gulf, bp had two big goals: help the gulf recover and learn from what happened so we could be a better, safer energy company. i can tell you - safety is at the heart of everything we do. we've added cutting-edge technology, like a new deepwater well cap and a state-of-the-art monitoring center, whe experts watch over all drilling activity twenty-four-seven. and we're sharing what we've learned, so we can all produce energy more safely. our commitment has never been stronger. you know how painful heartburn can be. for fast, long lasting relief, use doctor recommended gaviscon®. only gaviscon® forms a protective barrier that helps block stomach acid from splashing up- relieving the pain quickly. try fast, long lasting gaviscon®. lou: disturbing details emerging over iran's nuclear pro
CBS
Oct 19, 2013 11:00pm EDT
football today, navy in toledo to take on tt rockets and this was a wild one. navy trailing 31-28 when nick sloan makes a field goal to tie the game and send it to overtime. in the second overtime, whiteside will score to give navy a 44-38 lead but they miss the extra point. toledo comes back and scores on a 20-yard pass play. they make the extra point and the rockets win a thriller, 45-44 in double overtime. it's navy's second straight loss. >>> baseball playoffs, game six of the american league championship tonight in boston. the red sox leading 3 games to 2, trying to close the tigers out and earn a trip to the world series where they would face the st. louis cardinals who defeated the dodgers friday night. the cards win game six 9-0 and take the series 4-2. st. louis now awaits the winner of the red sox/tiger series. >>> a big day of racing. the $150,000 classic. and down the stretch it is, ain't too fast to catch in the heed and he will hold on in the factory. ain't too fast to catch, wins for the second time in the last three years. . >>> still to come on eyewitness news at
Al Jazeera
Oct 20, 2013 4:00pm EDT
them get out of prison. a bribery scandal rocks the navy after two high-ranking officers are arrested. >> striking workers walk out on a day of protest after two killed on the job. [ ♪ theme ] >>> it was a tip that led police to two killers who walked from a florida prison weeks ago using forged documents. officers say the tip came from an acquaintance. inside a panama city motel room police found joseph jenkins and charles walker. both of whom are back behind bars after this morning's court appearance. robert ray is at the motel in panama city where the fugitives were caught. that would be a big relief for officers today. >> you got that right. exactly above my shoulder is the motel in panama city beach where the two convicted killers were apprehended last night about 6:30. this morning the judge here in bay county decided that he was going to charge both with one count of escape, and they are in gaol currently with absolutely no bond, no way of getting out, as investigators are grilling them, we are told. and the long few days here in florida, as they have been searching
CBS
Oct 21, 2013 7:00am PDT
bribery scandal blocks the u.s. navy. ships sent to the wrong ports. in skparj money, tickets, and sex. see why it cost taxpayers millions. >> plus a mystery surrounding a 4-year-old girl. how did police find her living in a gypsy compound in groois. a search is on for her parents. an explanation is ahead. >>> how they spent money donated to plitolitical action committee. in a moment we'll talk with peter schweitzer. >> reporter: over time the leadership pacs were collected as a way and have evolved into something different. today nearly every congressman and senator has a leadership pac, not just the leaders and they're used to solicit them in order to advance their political agent dans careers, and in many cases their lifestyle. >> like a political slush fund. >> that's exactly what it is. over time we've had them they've been outlawed, they spring back in new guises and this is the new guise. >> reporter: potter says their political expense accounts financed by lobbyists. they're the second largest revenue stream for members of congress. >> you can use them for baby-sitting payi
Al Jazeera
Oct 23, 2013 9:00am EDT
syrian refugees being saved from drowning has been released. the maltese navy pulled them from the water two weeks ago. the navy estimates about 200 people drown. at the time survivors said they had been shot at by libbians. >> the situation was very horrible. it can not be discrypt. it was very horrible. all of us we think we will be dead. >> karl joins us live from the maltese capitol. what more do we know about what happened to these people? >> basically those are the comments you heard from some of the survivors who actually made it to shore after they had been rescued by the maltese navy. 126 of those migrants were rescued by the maltese navy. another 56 by the italian navy, but almost 200 people are thought to have parished in the pr tragedy. so we have another tragedy on our hands, and the ball now becomes a political one where the maltese, italian, and greek government have taken a single front and will be take their proposals to brussels on thursday and friday where european leaders are to meet to discuss the malteses proposals for immediate and concrete action from the eu
Al Jazeera
Oct 20, 2013 6:00pm EDT
pacu.s. plans to withdraw ts from pakistan next year. >>> several high level navy officers have been charged in a corruptions scream. thescheme. they are charged with allowing over charging in exchange for kick backs. as well as the contractor ceo and another company official. patty has more from washington. >> al jazeera has confirm the story that first appeared in the washington post. it says a navy commander and captain have been charged in a kickback scheme along with a investigator from ncis. the allegations they with steer ships too certain ports in asia where a company called glen defense marine asia would win the contracts for supplying the ships. the company over build the navy and in exchange what they got were lucky travel through iraq yeah. iraq -- through asia. they hired prostitutes and becausbought tickets for a ladya concert. they were tipping off the company when this was a criminal investigation. the three navy officals have been arrested and more arrests will follow. and the 200 million doll worth h of contracts have been canceled. >>> a california workers hav
FOX
Oct 21, 2013 7:00am EDT
. >>> coming up this half hour, bribery scandal blocks the u.s. navy. ships sent to the wrong ports. in skparj, money, tickets, and sex. see why it cost taxpayers millions. >> plus a mystery surrounding a 4-year-old girl. how did police find her living in a gypsy compound in groois. a search is on for her parents. an explanation is ahead. >>> how they spent money donated to plolitical action committee. in a moment we'll talk with peter schweitzer. >> reporter: over time the leadership pacs were collected as a way and have evolved into something different. today nearly every congressman and senator has a leadership pac, not just the leaders and they're used to solicit them in order to advance their political agent dans, careers, and in many cases their lifestyle. >> like a political slush fund. >> that's exactly what it is. over time we've had them, they've been outlawed, they spring back in new guises, and this is the new guise. >> reporter: potter says their political expense accounts financed by lobbyists. they're the second largest revenue stream for members of congress. >> you can use them
PBS
Oct 20, 2013 5:30pm PDT
scandal is unfolding in the navy. the "washington post" reported that two high-level navy officers have been arrested. federal prosecutors allege that a defense contractor, based in singapo singapore, provided cash, luxury hotel rooms and prostitutes and maybe personnel in exchange for classified business that led to money from the firm. that word today from the arab league. secretary of state to meet with syrian opposition groups. in syria there was another bombing at a security check point, the second in two days. a suicide bomber blew himself up in a truck. most of the victims were civilians even though military personnel were the targets. >>> in australia, they're struggling to destroy wildfires that have destroyed hundreds of homes. more than 6 fires are burning. wind is like toll increase in the coming days. >>> 15,000 people have signed a petition circulated urging candy manufacturers to stop using artificial dyes. some studies show a likeness between consumption of the dyes. some use natural colorings in products sold there, even though they sell the same products in this countr
Al Jazeera
Oct 20, 2013 11:00am EDT
be quite an investigation for sure. keep us posted. thank you. >>> a navy commander from the criminal investigative service has been charged in a bribery scandal. the case involved millions of dollars in over billing by a singapore based contractor that served navy vessels. the ceo were arrested last month in san diego. puerto rico is becoming a major hub for drug smugglers. once drugs are on the island, they could head right to the u.s. mainland without going through dustoms. casey kaufman has the details. >> this is an unannounced certainlying for drugs on a ferry arriving from another c b caribbean island. a routine process for the sergeant and his team. >> it has become a major transit had you been for south american drugs headed to the united states. according to the police, this is an average find. 15 pounds of pure cocaine. >> yhe wenjust we want walking like any other person. >> the drug runner lost his cargo. here, it's worth $140,000. in miami or new york, it could sell for half a million. >> we must congratulate the dog. he was very efficient and did a good job. >>
NBC
Oct 17, 2013 5:30pm PDT
walden works for the navy. >> i don't have the vocabulary to discuss my anger about it. i'm actually very, very livid that you have representatives that go to washington and they just cannot get things done. >> reporter: but no price can be put on what the mccartons went through. >> we won't stop at anything until we actually get her on the treatment she needs and she deserves. >> reporter: their desperately ill daughter was forced to wait for an nih clinical trial. abby is one of some 200 patients a week involved in last resort federally funded medical treatment. including about 30 children. most of those patients are now waiting for a phone call. and then there are intangible costs. like the country's reputation with foreign investors. >> america's political system has been exposed to the world once more as both polarized and dysfunctional. >> reporter: the founding fathers signed the constitution in philadelphia, predicting that the government would hit some stumbling blocks down the road, but it's unlikely they ever thought it would turn into this. brian? >> stephanie go
Al Jazeera
Oct 23, 2013 11:00am EDT
sea has now been released. the navy estimated that more than 200 people drown, about half on board. some of the survivors also say they were shot at by libbians. karl joins us now. what more do we know about what happened to those on board this particular boat? >>> well, dell, the survivors who managed to be taken on board the maltese rescue vessel and brought into the harbor here in the center of the mediterranean relayed their stories of the events which unfolded on the mediterranean sea about two weeks ago. therefore, some aledging that a libbian gun boat actually opened fire, leading them to capsize and throw everybody overboard. now not many of them new how to swim, and 200 unfortunately parished. this is not the first incident in the mediterranean where we had such a high number of victims who have parished at sea being migrants as they look for beater future in europe, but this is also an eye opener of what is to come, because those migrants are syrian refugees. they are look for a better future in europe, passing through north africa, leaving the libbian shores and finding
WHUT
Oct 18, 2013 7:00am EDT
few days ago when they did that raid, the u.s. navy seal team six recently got outgunned by the people defending the house that they thought he was in. he is somebody who spent some years, about four years in norway, he applied for the weekend political asylum, and then he left in 2008 before you got it -- he got it. >> i presume, it is precisely why norway -- i believe they pay a lot of the salaries for civil servants in somalia, desperately keen there is no growth of the influx from somalia. >> the idea of blowback, that people who leave european countries to go off to fight jihad in some distant place -- whether afghanistan, mali, and somalia, if they survive it, , these battlether scenarios where life is short and cheap, the idea they would come back and put those skills to u in their adopted country. that has always been the fear. there are no signs of that actually happen with norway at the moment. but that is the fear. >> thank you very much. one man has been killed -- >> for a second day, much of new south wales in to youtube burn. the worst of brush fires the state has
Al Jazeera
Oct 23, 2013 5:00am EDT
? >> first and foremost these pictures have been released by the maltese navy as they approached the almost 400 people that were on board a rickety fishing boat that left libya october 10th. the images are october 11 a week ago where the navyy ha navy hadt a dramatic rescue finding many at sea that couldn't swim. a number of them were women and children that perished in that tragedy. it's estimated that 200 people never made it to safety. malta has taken in 200 of those that were rescued and they are processing all of those as they were syrians fleeing the war in their country. >> the images are an eye opener for what is to come throughout this week in brussels as all european union heads of government gather together and will discuss a proposal that has been put forward by the maltese government late last night and have included mik mike migratioe agenda. it's been a main issue for discussion in the european union however knoc nothing has been forthcoming throughout these years. as many countries especially those in the mediterranean basin have been asking for action and the maltese
FOX News
Oct 15, 2013 10:00am PDT
bombings in the embassy in africa he has been interrogated on a navy ship. david has more. >> reporter: hi, the arraignment is over and took only ten minutes. a l- libi entered a u.s. courtroom 13 years after being indicted for the twin embassy bombings. he was wearing a pair of gray sweat pants and a black top. he was muted. this was the first court appearance since he arrived in the united states over the weekend. according to a 150 page indictment that a l- liowa bi conducted the surveillance of the u.s. embassy in nairobi, kenya and he reviewed the other sites in nairobi for targets. and looked for british and french and israel targets in the nairobi. he has lived in england. there was a detailed manual on how to conduct terrorist activities. not clear if he was the author of the hand book. as you expect, the security in the federal courthouse in manhattan tight. metal detectors when you enter the building. there was a metal detector outside of the courtroom itself. and two layers of security for all who attended the arraignment today. the reason for the security, shortly after lib
Al Jazeera
Oct 22, 2013 10:00pm EDT
navy pilot who testified before congress on drones and is a professor at the ohio northern university, pettit college of law. he is in the colombus ohio studio. thank you both for joining us. >> letta, in your report you write some in yemen fear the u.s. more than al-qaeda. you say when the u.s. government is considered more of a demon than a notorious terror group there's a problem. has it got that bad? >> yes, i think so. in yemen many feel that the u.s. is then my because drone strikes are in some cases killing civilians. whereas al qaeda in the arabian peninsula is careful to not kill civilians. i'd like to emphasise that i'm not saying this is an endorsement of al qaeda in the arabian peninsula, we consider the group a serious threat. we do understand that the united states needs to do all it can to protect america from strikes by this group. so that is not our issue at all. our issue is that in some cases the u.s. is unlawfully killing civilians in the strikes, and when it does so, it needs to acknowledge and take responsibility for these killings. >> let's have a loo
CSPAN
Oct 22, 2013 6:00am EDT
are a number of questions regarding the future of operations. specifically what the navy's plan is for the number of amphibious vessels and also some critics question the viability of power protection from the sea. can you comment on the marine corps' institutional position on amphibious assault? >> sure. the force structure i described to you maintains a forcible entry capability of two marine brigades from the sea. really at any level we looked at we have the capability. that reflects our view that the nation needs a joint forcible entry capability, a major portion of which is the ability to enter from the sea. no marine thinks of iwo jima when i think about and amphibious landing. we don't think the ships right up against the beach. we would choose to go places where the enemy is not. we choose to of right and shaping means to gain, to get a shower at an uncontested area but in the final analysis you do have to be able to go across a defended beach. we have a variety of things you can do. first of all, we respond to requirements for into this operation because our existing plans
CBS
Oct 17, 2013 5:30pm PDT
the u.s. navy. and the discovery of a skull could change what we know about man's evolution when the "cbs evening news" continues. he "cbs evening news" continues. pl, dicd i'd put these on a salad. these would be perfect for cookies. delicious and nutritious sunsweet, the amazing prune. a man who doesn't stand still. but jim has afib, atrial fibrillation -- an irregular heartbeat, not caused by a heart valve problem. that puts jim at a greater risk of stroke. for years, jim's medicine tied him to a monthly trip to the clinic to get his blood tested. but now, with once-a-day xarelto®, jim's on the move. jim's doctor recommended xarelto®. like warfarin, xarelto® is proven effective to reduce afib-related stroke risk. but xarelto® is the first and only once-a-day prescription blood thinner for patients with afib not caused by a heart valve problem. that doesn't require o@ routine blood monitoring. so jim's not tied to that monitoring routine. [ gps ] proceed to the designated route. not today. [ male announcer ] for patients currently well managed on warfarin, there is limited info
Al Jazeera
Oct 15, 2013 3:00am EDT
u.s. nationals. he was captured during a military raid in triply leigh od taken to a u.s. navy ship to interrogation for the last nine or 10 days that has caused furor here because many believe in terms of the federal defenders here that he was -- had a right to have a lawyer present while those interrogations were happening on thaws navy ship in the mediterranean sea. those requests for a defendant were ejected by a court judge here in manhattan they say the u.s. is legally able to question him until he's brought i in a court of law. he's due to appear here in manhattan. one of the fbi and cia's most wanted terrorist for his the uniteu.s. attacks on em bass is. >>> plenty mere to come. including rounding up migrants in the u.s. capital. we'll cross live for the latest on the bubbling ethnic tensions. >>> plus 10. china celebrates a decade since it sent its first human being in to space. ♪ ♪ on inside story, we bring together unexpected voices closest to the story, invite hard-hitting debate and desenting views and always explore issues relevant to you. [[voiceover]] every day,
FOX News
Oct 15, 2013 6:00am PDT
former navy seal ben smith. here is what he had to say. >> there is no place to go past america. they shut these things down. if the veterans are quiet, the last bastion of americanism that this country has, this place goes to the ash heap of history. do not let that happen. it rests on you. martha: ben smith is very fired up over the weekend. he will join us live this morning as we watch what unfolds at the world war ii memorial today. bill: also as our heroes protest one will be honored by the president today at the white house. army captain william swenson receiving the medal of honor today. 34 years old. credited with displaying and risks his life to save fellow troops during one of the most brutal ambushes of afghan war. helmet cam video captured swenson lifting a wounded comrade into a medical chopper, stopping to kiss him on the foreahead before returning to battle. swenson is the sixth living recipient. he has also been award ad purple heart and bronze star. we'll talk with the jennifer griffin about this. it is always a moment when the men are honored and medal is placed over
Al Jazeera
Oct 20, 2013 8:00pm EDT
panama city, florida tonight. >>> several high level navy officers have been charged in a kickback and corruption scheme. they let glenn defense asia overbill the navy for its work on ships. in exchange, the company provided the officers with luxury travel deals, concert tickets and even prostitutes. a navy commander, captain and c ncis agent were charged in the case and the drtor's ceo and another worker. the $200 million contracts of the company have been canceled. >>> health and mum services is apologizing for problem withes affordable care act website. the government acknowledged the site has frustrated a lot of americans. the blog said, quote, the initial consumer experience with headlight healthcare.gov has not lived up to. president obama plans to address it tomorrow in the rose garden. they say about 476,000 people have applied for health care through those exchanges. >>> the relationship between the u.s. and pakistan is beginning to warm back up. both sides are trying to get past controversies that have strained relations in the past. juan carlos melina has the latest. >>
PBS
Oct 15, 2013 2:30pm PDT
not guilty to terrorism charges in new york. after capture, he was questioned on board a navy ship before being transferred to the united states. fororities have denied bail a member of greenpeace arrested for staging a protest. yet another person on the arctic sunrise to have his application rejected. they face piracy charges with a maximum prison sentence of 15 years. >> don outside of jail. a greenpeace volunteer is carrying huge bags of supplies for the 30 activists held here. the lifelong campaigner from london was in court asking to be bailed from the prison. >> it is quite warm. lawyers argue that the piracy under russian law means an attack on a ship using violence for personal gain. in this case, there was no violence, no personal gain, and no ship. but the judge refused bail. one by one, they have been denied and sent back to where they have already spent three weeks. pictures to his partner back in london and asked what she thought of his russian jail time. >> an occupational hazard. the charge of piracy is completely unprecedented. the activist ruled last month by armed
Al Jazeera
Oct 17, 2013 2:00pm EDT
to prevent syrian refugees from entering egypt. the navy has intercepted 13 boats carrying refugees to egypt. refugees are now attempting to flee egypt because of growing hostility. >> reporter: these arrests are happening very specifically. what is happening is that because refugees in egypt are feeling increasingly unsafe, many are being pushed to board boats from alexandria in an attempt to get to europe. and then the egyptian navy is intercepting those boats, bringing them back, and then arresting them, detaining them in very, very poor conditions, and then deporting them. and amnesty has visited some of the places. since the end of june, we have seen that the tide has really turned against refugees from syria, and there have been a number of attacks by some parts of the main stream media in egypt associating refugees from syria with the muslim brotherhood. so we have seen an increasing hostility towards the refugees from syria. >>> in australia dozens of bush fires are still raging across new south wales. fire officials say they are the worst wildfires in a decade. >> we have m
FOX Business
Oct 19, 2013 12:00am EDT
several years ago. someone got sick and reported that there were sick. there were navy seals. so immediately we're checking the box, the drawers. the refrigerator is the right temperature. everything checks out. we have all the documentation, but they are still sick. you worry that this will be on the 5:00 news. and we come to find later that it was the navy ships and sailors to ready and at other restaurants and there were all sick which means that it was a gallium the ship where there was a problem. food borne illnesses kent eight to 12 hours, not right away. melissa: the lesson that you learned as a restaurant owner you have to be clear in terms of your process, what you do on a daily basis, keeping records in being able to show and prove later that you have done everything right. look, it was not us. that is the take away. >> definitely. making sure that food logs of there. the daily food log in the morning and evening. melissa: go ahead. >> one thing that is important is, franchise owner, franchisee. franchisees' are worried that the franchise or comes in to inspect or is ke
CNN
Oct 14, 2013 11:00pm PDT
suspect captured about a week ago. he's been held on a navy ship for days of interrogation. something that was criticized because kelly ayotte thought it should be months of interrogation. he was considered a senior trusted member of al qaeda. susan candiotti is out front. he heads to court tomorrow. so we're going to see him. what have you learned about his interrogation? >> he was only on board that navy ship for around nine days or so. certainly, they used that special team. he was treated as a high-valued detainee. of course they would have asked him questions about whether they have any current planned attacks against the u.s. and i'm told that finally -- and of course he didn't have an attorney present for that -- when he was arrested outside the united states, he of course before then did not have a lawyer. we know that he was brought here in part because of a pre-existing medical condition. he had to be treated here in a new york area facility. we don't know exactly which one. >> i'm not saying it's not true. i always hear about it. >> in this case, we have word that's what ha
Al Jazeera
Oct 15, 2013 2:00pm EDT
detained him in tripoli, and kept him aboard a u.s. navy shift. they were kept under the laws of war as it were, but he is being brought here to new york. conservative lawmakers and former members have been critical saying it would be better to take a suspect like this to the detention center at guantanamo bay cuba where he could be held at an enemy combatant, that he could be interrogated to get information about him, about al quaida, from him as a possibly could, without having the same rights afforded to him as a u.s. citizen. when he comes to court here, he is treated as a u.s. citizen with all of those rights. now on the other side, you have had members of the public defenders office here, these rah the lawyers who are of pointed to represent defts who don't have the means of hiring their own lawyer they have been petitioning the court ever since al libby was taken aboard that warship, and saying that he should be given a lawyer right away. he shouldn't be intire grated without the presence of a lawyer. all right, we will leaf it there for now. reporting for us from new york. so th
CNN
Oct 18, 2013 9:00am PDT
that the u.s. navy seals tried to grab a couple weeks ago. they weren't terribly successful. the sense is that an the u.s. navy seal target was key to identifying the target inside kenya. al shabaab was choosing to go after did. >> nima, we have some word, it is possibly alarming, u.s. embassies in uganda warning americans a similar attack could happen there. what are we learning? >> yes, the u.s. embassy has raised the terror alert levels there. they haven't gone into details what's sparking this but asking american citizens to take every single precaution. on that video we showed you, the cctv video, you can see the attackers speaking on the phones throughout. kenyan authorities believe they were receiving instructions from other parts of their network across this region and some of those intercepts they say traced calls back to countries in in region, one of whom is uganda. that's definitely feeding into the broader sense you have a very active very agile terror network in this region and that west gate could have been part of a broader plan. >> are they advising americans to get ou
FOX News
Oct 16, 2013 2:00am PDT
names are released of the first two navy attack submarines to get female officers virginia and minnesota will be the first attack subs to be integrated. this is possible because of the ban on women aboard navy submarines listed back in 2010. female officers will begin boarding the connecticut based sub by january of 2015. >> iran presents a proposal to cut back on its country's nuclear weapons program. this is the first sign of a compromise from the country after years of abuse with the u.s. and with six other world powers. the country's deputy foreign minister says they are making progress. >> we are very serious, we are not here politically, we are not here to waste our time. we are targeting negotiations. >> in return to scaling back the program iran had sanctions from the united states and other nations imposed would be lifted. those sanctions included asset freezes and travel bans. >> now to an extreme weather alert at least 8 penal have been killed and nearly 20,000 ordered to evacuate as typhoon pummelled the tokyo region today. it packs hurricane force winds and drenching rain. >
FOX
Oct 16, 2013 5:00pm EDT
shooting spree at the washington navy yard. aaron alexis killed five people before he was taken down by police. in the wake of the shootings, it was revealed the 34-year-old gunman had mental health issues and controlled by low frequency waves. the fate of navy yard building 197 is up in the air. >>> we have an update on that biker road rage case in new york city. a second undercover cop has come forward saying he was part of that ride. you might remember it ended with the driver of an suv being attacked. john miller spoke to the officer and his attorney. >> you tell us what happened today. >> undercover police officer, matt rodriguez, and his lawyer emerged after more than an hour of discussions over the case of the motorcycle assault and suv driver in front of his wife and child. rodriguez said, he had nothing to do with the assault. >> how hard has this been going through this? especially with all the attention? >> it's been difficult, but i can only take it one day at a time. >> rodriguez is the second new york city undercover police officer to come forward to say he was riding with
CNN
Oct 14, 2013 7:00pm PDT
problem with is the fact they seemed to rush al libi through. they hold him off shore in a u.s. navy ship. they keep him for only a week. he is supposed to be a treasure trove of information having lived two decades in the epicenter of al qaeda and that's what i worry about is he is rushed into the civilian system because he's got to be released into the criminal justice system. and two anomalies is he is held on a u.s. navy ship, potentially indefinitely. and number two is, the administration seems comfortable sending drones in to kill operatives but very uncomfortable detaining them and questioning them for long periods of time. >> i agree with jeff. federal prosecutors have a 90% conviction rate in -- >> i think in all cases and terrorism it's higher. >> it's higher, exactly. so you know if they kept him for a week you would think the intelligence they needed they received and what is this about? it's about making sure that someone can do no harm and gather the intelligence you need. >> and my understanding it's not clear how much current operational information he had and he has been
FOX News
Oct 21, 2013 12:00pm PDT
summer fire season. we'll be right back. >> on this day in 1797 the navy launched the uss constitution near boston harbor. one of the first vessels the navy commissioned. the ship had more than three dozen guns onboard and featured a thick wooden hull that made the constitution very heavy but also extremely strong. during the war of 1812 the ship was clearly no match for the british. cannonballs appeared to bounce right off the ship's hull, which spawned the nick name, old ironside, but the uss constitution first hit the seas 216 years ago today. >> the dow? we're down a little bit. i'll see you back here on the news deck when breaking news changes everything. [screaming] >> sometimes doesn't healthcare just kill you? this just in now the big guy is baring his teeth and revealing the wolf in the healthcare law in sheep's clothing. i would not go one step further and set those sharp blades to the healthcare law itself. and now that you have clearly had it. how about recognizing the obvious and rip it or delay it, because the healthcare law may be up but it ain't running, and the more yo
CBS
Oct 22, 2013 6:00am EDT
report brought to you by naval academy athletics. don't miss game day the navy way this fall in annapolis. 1-800-u.s.-4-navy. back to you. >>> montgomery county 7-year-old is in critical condition after her mother hits her with a family suv. police say 41-year-old wen ha song was backing up her mercedes like that one out of the driveway in potomac sunday night. didn't know it and continued to the grocery store. stay with eyewitness news, complete news, weather and traffic still ahead and more on the shooting yesterday at a the shooting yesterday at a middle school,,,,,, so you can get cash back on all your purchases. so you can use your cash back... to follow your dream. so you... can save the day. chase freedom. so you can. for sein a whole new way. for seeing what cash is coming in and going out... so you can understand every angle of your cash flow- last week, this month, and even next year. for seeing your business's cash flow like never before, introducing cash flow insight powered by pnc cfo. a suite of online tools that lets you turn insight into action. we'll take someth
CBS
Oct 17, 2013 6:00pm EDT
navy. >> i don't have t vocabulary to discuss my anger about it. i'm actually very, very livid that you have representatives in washington that just can't get things done. >> reporter: but no price can be put on what the mccartneys went through. >> we won't rest until we get her on the treatment she needs and desperately deserves. >> reporter: their desperately ill daughter was forced to wait for an nih funded clinical trial, including about 30 children. most of those patients are now waiting for a phone call. and then there are intangible costs like the country's reputation with foreign investors. >> america's political system has been exposed to the world once more as both dysfunctional. >> reporter: the founding fathers signed the constitution in philadelphia predicting that the government would hit some stumbling blocks down the road, but it's unlikely they ever thought it would turn into this. brian? >> stephanie goss starting us off from philadelphia tonight. stephanie, thanks. >>> this was damage control day for a lot of members of congress. it was also when we learned more a
CBS
Oct 22, 2013 6:00pm EDT
soon be flying high in the sky again. navy said it is bringing the popular program back. as mike schuh explains, you'll see them fly over maryland. >> reporter: here in annapolis, they're considered the world's premiere demonstration flight team. five months ago, when politicians couldn't agree on funding the government and the cuts known as sequestration kicked in, they were grounded. no joy that the graduation air show was canceled. it's been three years since they last performed here. two years ago, an improperly performed maneuver and practice led to a safety standdown. and last year, the graduation date was moved and the team was already booked. now the show must go on, much to the delight of lindsey shepis. >> they're amaze happening. it's amazing to watch. i got to see a lot of photos. a guy i -- babysat for is an angel. >> neil gusman is an army journalist. >> i'd love to see them. i'd love to bring my kids down. visix kids, but two still at home. i'd love to have my kids see them. >> reporter: simon says this is one of the few times, civilians can hear what it's like to be in
PBS
Oct 17, 2013 6:00pm EDT
and the navy athletic association nearly $4 million. >> the museum was closed, there was -- the standard of worry that comes with the shut down and affected our ability to train and educate. >> reporter: now that the shut down is over the hope is to get back on track. >> individually there were impacts to each steufnlt the student. we want to make up the missed requirements. >> reporter: now that everybody is back on the job there is a lot of work to be done to sort out the impact of the shut down here at the academy. >> we are going through and each center and department at the academy and assessing where we go from here. how the government shut down affected us and how we can use the weeks and months ahead in order to get back on track in all of the areas. they say it'll be open on saturday. >> reporter: don buckingham and friends are here from ohio and hoped to see the museum but it's still closed. like many americans don wasn't impressed with the government leaders. >> we aren't working by cooperation. the leadership is not leading in any party. this is not a -- a one sided
CSPAN
Oct 15, 2013 10:00pm EDT
loose. almost instantly for americans, three marines and one navy at the front are surrounded. the soldiers in the center of the column are pinned down and rocket propelled grenades, mortar, machine gun fire, all this is pouring in from three sides. as he returns the fire, will cause for their support and he calls for air support. then he learns that his sergeant has been shot in the neck. so he breaks across 50 meters of open space, bullets biting all around, lying on his back he presses a bandage to kenneth's wounds with one hand and he calls for a medevac to try to keep his body calm. by this time the enemy has got even closer, 20 or 30 meters away. over the radio they are demanding the americans to surrender. so he stops treating kenneth long enough to respond by lobbying the grenade and finally after more than an hour and a half of fighting, air support arrives and he directs them to nearby targets and it's time to move so he exposes himself again to help carry kenneth the length of more than two football fields down steep terraces to the helicopter. then in that moment he lea
CNN
Oct 21, 2013 1:00am PDT
the housing boom. >>> ferguson investigators have rested two high ranking navy officers giving information about ship locations to a defense contractor. the contract in exchange is accused of giving the officers prostitutes and other kinds of kickbacks. "the washington post" says the contractor used that information to land lucrative deals to service ships and ports and may have overbilled the navy to the tune of millions of dollars. >>> a new warning from a top official in iran over international nuclear negotiations. a parliament speaker there says the country may actually increase its atomic work if the west pushes too hard for concessions. less than a week ago that iranian officials met with officials in geneva. >>> civil war set for the end-of-know of. the arab league plans on international conference in geneva in november. the goal is to try to convince the assad regime and opposition groups to stop fighting and agree to some kind of transitional government. not clear if any of those opposition groups might actually attend this meeting. more than a hundred thousand people
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